Monday, December 15, 2008

Monday, December 08, 2008

McImperialism



http://www.whoppervirgins.com/

After a few brilliant campaigns such as subservient chicken, whopperettes, the x-box games and whopper freakout it seems like the colleagues at CPB possibly made a little slipper.

The idea sounds great on paper but this whopper leaves a very bitter taste in your mouth (pun intended). Do we really need hamburgers introduced to Eskimos? Has American imperialism not been under attack enough the last few decades?

Interesting one to follow...


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Friday, December 05, 2008

i-Pirate




In the category "words without a future": treasure map.

Modern pirates use google earth...

More artwork here.

Thursday, December 04, 2008

Tilt-shift


Metal Heart from Keith Loutit on Vimeo.


It took me a few minutes to realize that they are NOT matchbox cars!

Great camera technique called tilt-shift photography.
Music in the video by My Robot Friend. Kraftwerk born again? Cool stuff.

ps: make sure you watch the video in HD fullscreen on Vimeo.

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Prediction




The word of 2009 will be de-friending.

At mashable.com you can find some remarkable de-friending stories.

There are quite a few stats on how many friends you can really keep up with on the internet. Some say five...

When are you going to de-friend your facebook account?

Tuesday, December 02, 2008

spider meme



Last week I was explaining this hilarious spider meme to some colleagues during lunch. Yesterday I was watching the brilliant BBC program 'Have I got news for you' (which, by the way, has great extra footage on the website) and the same story came up. Speaking about a meme...

Monday, December 01, 2008

Use the force



Nice overview on all the iPhone apps. In a few months there are 10.000 iPhone apps in the iTunes store. This shows the power of open source and also the changing environment for a brand or product. The public wants to be part of the process, they want to get involved. And that's a good thing! Why? Because they outnumber you and are probably much smarter than you (at least a few...).